Pat O'Brien was the most famous war hero in World War I. He was shot out of the sky at 8,000 feet when bullet lodged in his throat. He survived and escaped Gerrman hands, walking 250 miles for 72 days after jumping from a prison train. Read about his amazing story and why he was burried in Momence, Illinois along with his name after his untimely death at age 30.

LOCAL HISTORY -  THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE - PERFORMANCE ASSESMENT

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